Albums, Headlines, Music, Reviews, Showcase, Spotlight, The Revue — August 21, 2013 at 8:32 am

Album Review: Fevers burn it up on their full-length debut

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My love for Fevers is true. After an uber-promising debut EP last year (Passion is Dead), they have grown into a full-fledged album act. Their debut full-length, No Room For Light is classic synth-pop. A tight mix of live instruments and electronics (not to mention hella groovy vocals), Fevers are going to turn your iPod into a dancefloor.

The songs drift from dreamy (ENFP, Angelie) to downright intense (They Want Blood). They have a distinct sound that’s influenced by a younger breed of electronic acts (MGMT, perhaps), but they have a vibe all their own.

Fast becoming stage veterans (lots of gigs in town this year, including Blues Fest), you can see their very honed live performance at the album release party…well, one of a few events they have going on:

  • Friday August 23rd @ Mugshots Bar – FEVERS Acoustic Set – followed by an all-night party with a DJ set by FEVERS and special guest DJ’s
  • Saturday August 24th @ Mavericks – Full live club show w/ The Love Machine

Fevers-Standing Stills-2012-Photo Credit-Shooter McNally

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